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It's very what word of the day for March six. Today's word is ABC. Darrien spelled A B C E D A R I A N ABC Darren is an adjective that means of or relating to the alphabet. It can also mean more broadly alphabetically arranged or rudimentary. Here's the word used in a sentence from the Columbia, South Carolina state by Jan Collins of his does of sue Grafton popular detective novels starring Kinsey Malone will not be disappointed by S is for silence Grafton, nineteenth book in her ABC Darrien series launched in nineteen eighty two with a is for alibi. The history of the word ABC Darian is as simple as ABC literally the terms late Latin. Ancestor advocate Darius which meant alphabetical was created as a combination of the letters ABC and d plus the adjective suffix Arias, you can hear the echo of that origin in the pronunciation of the English term think ABC Darrien in its oldest documented English uses in the early sixteen. Hundreds ABC Darian was a noun meaning one learning the rudiments of something it specifically referred to someone who is learning the alphabet the adjective began appearing in English texts. A few decades later after the noun with your word of the day. I'm Peter Sokolow ski visit Marian Webster dot com today for definitions wordplay and trending word look ups.

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